|#1 House of Vintage|
|#2 The Ace Hotel|
|#3 The Matador|
This vintage photo booth hunts do take you to interesting neighborhoods and bars. At night we headed to old town Portland and found the Boiler Room where we took photos and listened to some very bad karaoke.
|#4 The Boiler Room|
|The restroom at Backspace. Good times.|
We started the day at the famous Voo Doo Donuts to fuel up for a busy day in the city. After a few hours of doing tourist stuff, such as visiting the Pittock Mansion and stopping by the Portland Auto Swap Meet, it was off to The Standard, Star Bar and the Spirit of '77. The Standard was a small bar on a side street which offered cheap beer, slot machines, and some sort of hackey sack horseshoe game. Star Bar was the typical dive bar that always seems to have a photo booth, but Spirit was a pretty cool place.
|#6 The Standard|
|#7 The Star Bar interior|
|#8 Spirit of '77|
Saturday we started out early and headed over to My Father's Place for breakfast and photos.
|#9 My Father's Place|
|#10 Beulahland Bar|
|#11 The Slingshot Lounge|
|#12 The Alleyway Cafe|
From there it was over to the Florida Room. This bar wasn't exactly our favorite. I am not sure if it was the unfriendly service or the customers that looked like they wanted to hurt us, either way we took our photos and were quickly off to the next stop. I will give the place kudos for their clever art and signage though.
|#13 The Florida Room|
|#14 East End|
|#15 from Holocene|
We were able to visit all active photo booths in Portland by Saturday night. It was a lot of fun. We enjoyed seeing all the different bars and locations of the photo booths. Thanks to the photobooth.net community for posting all the active booths, but most of all thank you to the city of Portland.
Want to see a map of all the active booths in Portland? You can check out my Google map.
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